Automated timers halve HiPAF blower power consumption
WCSEE technical director Andrew Baird said: “Building in timers to blowers has proven to be a simple and low-cost option to reduce power consumption by up to 50%, addressing the market need for both net zero and cost efficiencies.”
Sensitive housing development meets stringent environmental requirements
Capital Homes managing director Mike Paddock said: “We have been pleased to work with WCSEE to bring the highest quality wastewater treatment to Home Farm. We have collaborated closely with their technical experts throughout the design process and we look forward to the installation and commissioning stage, expected this summer.”
Organic chemicals deliver multiple benefits in treating industrial wastewater
At WCS Environmental Engineering, we always encourage clients to take a lifecycle view of the chemicals they use, and the overall cost benefit, from initial purchase to disposal of the final waste product, post-treatment. Another way companies can reduce chemical waste is through effective control of their processes. Using precise quantities will save on purchase and processing costs and help ensure effluent discharges do not contain potentially harmful levels of chemicals.
WCS Group celebrates Pride 2022 – Q&A with Leon Potts
The first thing is to engage with people and look for those who want to run Pride activities because you’ll get the best results from people who are engaged with the subject. Try to make activities relevant to your company and introduce policies that bring long lasting and meaningful change.
Temporary treatment unit helps nursing home meet consent
Chelston Park estates and business development manager Edward Allistone said: “Being in a beautiful rural location, we care for our surrounding environment and do not want to impact it. Hiring a wastewater treatment unit from WCSEE, while part of our system is out of service, has put our mind at ease – we know we can continue to treat effluent onsite in an environmentally friendly way, without the need for tankers.”
Dogs Trust site expansion demands treatment upgrade
Pete Croft, Dogs Trust building surveyor, said: “We are very happy with the work that Soma Services and WCSEE have done for us over the years and are pleased to be working with them once again on this important project in Ballymena.”
Dewatering technology selected by poultry producer
Gressingham Foods environmental manager George Seinet said: “We are always looking at ways to make our wastewater treatment processes more sustainable, efficient and cost effective. As such, we are pleased to be working with Atana to install permanent dewatering technology to further reduce greenhouse gas emissions on our mission to become a net zero business.”
Time to give industrial wastewater better treatment
Hire of a DAF treatment allows time for businesses to conduct a full-scale operational trial, with sampling and lab testing of wastewater, to build a case for capital funds, and ensure the correct processes are installed, helping inform a permanent solution.